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How's Your News?

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"How's your news?" may seem an odd question to ask a stranger, but in this documentary about five disabled adults who travel across the country as news reporters, it isn't the question that matters. Traveling coast to coast, the outgoing reporters explore honky-tonk bars, alligator farms, the Grand Canyon, and wild city streets. The film is a tribute to the subjects, often sweet but never exploitative, and captures the public's response to encountering these individuals who wield not only a camera and a microphone, but often more insight than viewers might expect.
DVD
2004; 1999
Clemons (Stacks)
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Errol Morris' First Person: The Complete Series

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Errol Morris brings his unrivaled talents to the small screen for a stylized series of intimate interviews with a unique and fascinating array of people. Includes all 17 episodes from the original series.; "Amazing series primarily using Errol Morris' invention the Interrotron for unusual people to tell their outré stories directly into the camera to the viewer. Almost every half-hour documentary episode focused on 1 person, especially scientists, criminals, cranks, plus everyday folks in strange circumstances. First season seen on Bravo, second on IFC. ... Some subjects came from Morris' back-file, others were newly uncovered. First season included the autistic woman scientist who designs humane slaughterhouses (Temple Grandin, 'Stairway to Heaven'), the parrot whose testimony in a [...]
DVD
2005; 2000
Clemons (Stacks)
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Left of the Dial

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This America Undercover documentary charts the long-anticipated rise, scandalous near-fall, and subsequent salvation of Air America Radio, a liberal radio network geared towards those whose opinions skew a bit more to the left of the dial. In early 2004, a group of investors set out to launch a liberal radio network that would challenge the dominance of America's airwaves by conservative talk radio. The creative, financial, and logistical challenges were immense, but on March 31, Air America Radio became a reality. This film chronicles the trials and tribulations involved in starting up - and sustaining - a nationwide radio network during a highly charged election year.
DVD
2006
Clemons (Stacks)